‘Jurassic Park In Concert’ To Get Orchestral UK Tour This Year


A concert tour for the iconic ‘Jurassic Park’ has been confirmed, marking 30 years since the release of Stephen Spielberg’s blockbuster.

Starting on October 18 at Manchester’s AO Arena, John Williams’ score will be performed by a full orchestra across the UK in that same month.

‘Jurassic Park’ will also be performed at Birmingham and Nottingham, before finishing off in Liverpool on October 29.

Check out the tour dates below.

18 – Manchester AO Arena
21 – Birmingham Resorts World

22 – Leeds First Direct Arena
27 – Nottingham Motorpoint
29 – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena

“wholly immersive way”

This special concert will be performed by the Hallé Orchestra, one of the UK’s top symphonic ensembles.

Artistic Director at AEG Artistic Presents, Lucy Noble stated that the orchestra wil also give people an opportunity to experience the ‘Jurassic Park’ film in a “wholly immsersive way”.

She added that she was thrilled to be able to launch the celebrations of the film’s 30th anniversary.

“We’re thrilled to launch AEG Artistic Presents with the 30th Anniversary celebration that will be Jurassic Park In Concert”, she said.

Noble also added, “The massive arena spectacular showing of the film with the Hallé Orchestra performing the award-winning score will give family audiences the opportunity to experience this film like never before in a wholly immersive way. Presenting these incredible events around the country is what we continue to keep doing”. 

The film itself follows a group of scientists, who have been invited to this newly opened theme park. This theme park was set on a remote island.

The island also features recently revived dinosaurs following a scientific breakthrough. Tickets for this show can also be found here.

Following its original release in 1993, ‘Jurassic Park’ has since received five sequels, along with a 2015 reboot.

The latest film in the franchise, arrived last year Jurassic World Dominion, starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, along with Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill and Laura Dern.

Speaking last August, John Williams who composed the iconic Jurassic Park score, had said that he would love to write a soundtrack for a James Bond film.

More on this from Nova here.